syllabus Span 2-Winter 08

syllabus Span 2-Winter 08 - ELEMENTARY SPANISH 2 4 units...

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SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY ELEMENTARY SPANISH 2  – 4 units Instructor : Irena Stefanova Winter 2008 Office: Bannan 325 MWF 9:15-10:20 BANN 308 Office Hours: MWF 10:30–11:35 BANN 308 MWF – 11:45 - 12:45 MWF 1:00 pm-2:05 pm DALY 310 or by appointment E-mail: [email protected] Phone: 408-554-4841 Required texts: Terrel, et al. Dos Mundos, 6 th  edition, McGraw-Hill, 2006                             Terrel, et al.  Dos Mundos, Cuaderno de trabajo, 6 th  Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2006 Access to  http://www.mhhe.com/dosmundos6 Angel Course Management: Enrollment PIN: HENWAC Course Description: The second in a series of three courses,  SPAN 2  emphasizes the development of communicative language skills and cultural understanding.  This course will continue to put the foundation for your future learning of the language. You will continue to attain a solid notion of  elementary grammar, and the tools to enable you to communicate successfully in Spanish. Your active participation in the classroom will  prepare you to understand and speak, read and write practical Spanish. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to have a basic  conversation in Spanish.  SPAN 2  with its communicative and collaborative structure offers a wonderful opportunity for language and  cultural learning. Course Objectives: The vocabulary, communicative situations and structures of  SPAN 2  (Chapter 5 – Chapter 10 in Dos Mundos ) will prepare you to  successfully: talk about your career, future and planned activities describe your home and your neighborhood talk about your experience in the past order food in a restaurant, serve a meal and shop for food discuss your childhood, adolescence life and your family memories describe the climate, geography, and transportation gain awareness about Hispanics abroad know more about the Spanish-speaking countries (culture, food, geography, cities) show off your language abilities and cultural adaptivness Bear in mind that it is unrealistic to assume that you can learn language by just coming to class three times a week. In-class meetings are  supposed to provide space for you to practice and receive help with your Spanish, to put what you know to work, and to smooth particularly  difficult points. Your proficiency, i.e. the progress measured in terms of what you can do with Spanish – depends entirely on your  commitment to practice inside and outside the classroom. The Media Lab in Varsi Hall allows to further practice your listening, viewing, and  speaking skills. In addition, the abundance of Spanish media (TV, radio, newspapers) in our geographic area provides you with even more 
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syllabus Span 2-Winter 08 - ELEMENTARY SPANISH 2 4 units...

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